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Iain Stirling: U OK Hun? X – The Lowry, Salford

Reviewer: Matthew Forrest As Iain Stirling introduced himself to those at the Lowry this evening, you could be forgiven for closing your eyes for a moment, as you are transported to sunny Mallorca and as far away from a chilly Greater Manchester evening, for Stirling is the voice of ITV2 smash hit Love Island. Despite being best known as the soundtrack ...

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Iain Stirling: Onwards! – The Lowry, Salford

Writer and performer: Iain Stirling Reviewer: Dave Cunningham You used to know what to expect with generational comedy: an old bloke who’d been through the great depression and the two World Wars complaining that the young folks had it easy. Now we do not need the old bloke as, in Onwards!, Millennial Iain Stirling is willing to criticise his own ...

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Iain Stirling: Onwards! – Pleasance Courtyard, Edinburgh

Reviewer: Mark O’Neill Onwards! and upwards is the theme of Iain Stirling’s latest Fringe show, during which he reflects on his life as a millennial and what life is like in your late 20s. Renowned for presenting children's TV shows and having recently found fame as the narrator on ITV2s Love Island, Stirling attracts a diverse audience. Now a regular ...

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Iain Stirling: Touchy Feely – Pleasance Courtyard, Glasgow

Returning to the Fringe for the seventh consecutive year, Iain Stirling is more unshaven yet more on-point than ever. Much like many of the acts at this year’s Fringe, Stirling discusses the expected topics of religion and politics, including a rather clichéd discussion about the Scottish Independence referendum. Despite a rather early eveningslot, it doesn’t take long before Stirling turns ...

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